Sadly I have to go out of my way to enjoy some of its deliciousness.
So I decided to make it my myself.
I made the dough using a Brasserie bread recipe I found (and absolutely love) on Crunchy Tiger who attended one of there workshops. It is an amazing technique for bread making and I do suggest you try it!
For the garlic I firstly brought some sugar water to the boil (1/3 cup sugar and 1-1/2 cup water).
I blanched the garlic so I could easily remove the skin.
The popped it back in until it was soft.
I then reduced it down to a toffee and added some balsamic vinegar (about 1 tablespoon).
Back in went the garlic to become one with the sticky goodness.
I added plenty of salt and pepper.
The dough after it first rising process was then rolled out into three segments, covered with my caramelised garlic and then folded up.
The three pieces I then plaited together.
The loaf was then left to rise again before baking.
As you can see I tend to lose some of my toffee, I think I need to work on the shape.
But otherwise it was so delicious eaten warm out of the oven.
The soft warm bread with the sweet soft garlic.